Christian Wehrhahn
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Predicting time series with support vector machines
KR Müller, AJ Smola, G Rätsch, B Schölkopf, J Kohlmorgen, V Vapnik
International Conference on Artificial Neural Networks, 999-1004, 1997
12231997
Visual course control in flies relies on neuronal computation of object and background motion
M Egelhaaf, K Hausen, W Reichardt, C Wehrhahn
Trends in Neurosciences 11 (8), 351-358, 1988
1631988
Color constancy in the honey bee
A Werner, R Menzel, C Wehrhahn
Journal of Neuroscience 8, 156 - 159, 1988
1521988
Tracking and chasing in houseflies (Musca)
C Wehrhahn, T Poggio, H Bülthoff
Biological Cybernetics 45 (2), 123-130, 1982
1401982
Contextual influence on orientation discrimination of humans and responses of neurons in V1 of alert monkeys
W Li, P Thier, C Wehrhahn
Journal of Neurophysiology 83 (2), 941-954, 2000
1352000
Microsurgical lesion of horizontal cells changes optomotor yaw responses in the blowfly Calliphora erythrocephala
K Hausen, C Wehrhahn
Proceedings of the Royal society of London. Series B. Biological sciences …, 1983
1241983
Sex-specific differences in the chasing behaviour of houseflies (Musca)
C Wehrhahn
Biological Cybernetics 32 (4), 239-241, 1979
1121979
Targeted misexpression of a Drosophila opsin gene leads to altered visual function
R Feiler, WA Harris, K Kirschfeld, C Wehrhahn, CS Zuker
Nature 333 (6175), 737-741, 1988
981988
Macaque ganglion cell responses to stimuli that elicit hyperacuity in man: detection of small displacements
BB Lee, C Wehrhahn, G Westheimer, J Kremers
The Journal of Neuroscience 13 (3), 1001-1009, 1993
811993
The spatial precision of macaque ganglion cell responses in relation to vernier acuity of human observers
BB Lee, C Wehrhahn, G Westheimer, J Kremers
Vision Research 35 (19), 2743-2758, 1995
801995
Drone bees fixate the queen with the dorsal frontal part of their compound eyes.
JP Van Praagh, W Ribi, C Wehrhahn, D Wittmann
Journal of Comparative Physiology, A 136, 263-266, 1980
801980
Optomotor control of the force of flight in Drosophila and Musca
KG Götz, C Wehrhahn
Biological Cybernetics 51 (2), 129-134, 1984
791984
Neural circuits mediating visual flight control in flies. II. Separation of two control systems by microsurgical brain lesions
K Hausen, C Wehrhahn
The Journal of Neuroscience 10 (1), 351-360, 1990
731990
How vernier acuity depends on contrast
C Wehrhahn, G Westheimer
Experimental brain research 80 (3), 618-620, 1990
711990
Detection facilitation by collinear stimuli in humans: dependence on strength and sign of contrast
C Wehrhahn, B Dresp
Vision research 38 (3), 423-428, 1998
651998
How is tracking and fixation accomplished in the nervous system of the fly?
C Wehrhahn, K Hausen
Biological Cybernetics 38 (3), 179-186, 1980
601980
ON-and OFF-pathways form separate neural substrates for motion perception: psychophysical evidence
C Wehrhahn, D Rapf
Journal of Neuroscience 12 (6), 2247-2250, 1992
581992
3-D analysis of the flight trajectories of flies (Drosophila melanogaster)
H Buelthoff, T Poggio, C Wehrhahn
Zeitschrift für Naturforschung C 35 (9-10), 811-815, 1980
561980
Visually induced height orientation of the fly Musca domestica
C Wehrhahn, W Reichardt
Biological Cybernetics 20 (1), 37-50, 1975
531975
Contrast dependency of foveal spatial functions: orientation, vernier, separation, blur and displacement discrimination and the tilt and Poggendorff illusions
G Westheimer, S Brincat, C Wehrhahn
Vision Research 39 (9), 1631-1639, 1999
511999
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